The veterinary clinic's guide to personalized employee benefits



How to offer flexible employee benefits to attract and retain employees, even as a local clinic.

There are an estimated 32,000 veterinary clinics in the United States
according to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA),
employing more than 73,000 veterinarians.

As an industry largely made up of small independent employers, vets can
find it difficult to compete with larger corporations for top talent.

Without a robust employee benefits package, many veterinary clinics
have trouble keeping non-veterinary staff. According to AAHA, the
veterinary industry has an average turnover rate of 23% each year. 

Employee benefits can help veterinary clinics attract and retain key
staff. However, many traditional employee benefits options can be too
expensive or complex for small clinics to administer.

This guide will explain how veterinary clinics can provide employee benefits, why employee benefits are important, what types of benefits are available, and how to administer these benefits to your staff.

In this guide, you'll learn:

  • Why you should offer employee benefits as a vet clinic
  • What types of employee benefits are available for vets
  • What personalized benefits are and why they matter
  • What health benefits are available for veterinary clinics
  • What employee stipends are and how to manage them

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